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    First 15 years were great, last 3 years layoff, layoff and more layoffs; too political.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Toronto, ON (Canada)
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Toronto, ON (Canada)

    I worked at Wrigley full-time (more than 10 years)


    originally people were great; enthusiasm of employees, family atmosphere, caring for each other, real team work between management and employees; performance recognized.


    Last few years loss of family atmosphere, fear of job loss among employees and management, lack of trust between management and employees, change to open office work environment. Insincerity of management and fear that sparks employees to give the responses to surveys that management wants to hear rather than the truth. Too many changes in Management in Supply Chain. Canada is seen as a training ground for new Managers so they are more concerned with making their mark than working with employees and creating a enjoyable work environment that inspires employees to work hard and give back to the company due to pride in the product and place where they worked. IF you know you are going to be there for only 2 or less years you do not necessarily make decisions that have positive long lasting effects; instead quick fixes and what's best for us right now and let the next guy deal with the negative long term consequences.

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    Work hard to re-earn the respect of your employees. You have lost it! Spend more time considering the long-term effects of your decisions and less about your own personal agenda. Don't play politics, just run the company responsibly.

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